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Hannah Bae of Noona’s Ice Cream + Korean-Inspired Flavors

Episode: 13

Hannah Bae, founder of Noona’s Ice Cream, joins Iris and Lynda in the studio to talk about the flavors from Korea that inspired her ice cream, as well as the food entrepreneurship and mentorship side of her business.

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Hannah Bae of Noona’s Ice Cream + Korean-Inspired Flavors

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